Title

Opening the Academy

Document Type

Media Mention

Publication Date

3-13-2018

Source Publication

Canadian Lawyer

Description

The changing architecture at Osgoode Hall exemplifies Lorne Sossin’s vision of a more outwardly focused law school.

For Lorne Sossin, the outgoing dean of Osgoode Hall Law School, one of the biggest changes he has noticed about Osgoode over the years is its openness. He recalls that when he studied for his LLB in the early ’90s, the law school was “a fortress of mid-’60s brick facades,” which he likened to “being in a casino” where “you didn’t know if it was day or night.”

Comments

Article is written by Tim Wilbur with commentary by Prof. Lorne Sossin.

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